What is PRP?
PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) stimulates your own collagen to grow for total facial rejuvenation rather than individual wrinkle improvement. PRP is used for volumizing faces that are beginning to look drawn, to plump out cheek indentations, soften under eye hollows, improve the skin tone, tightness, and texture, and fill in areas where hyaluronic acid fillers cannot reach or are not safe to use.
PRP is sourced from your own natural blood supply
Platelets Repair damaged or injured cells via growth factors
Plasma carries the nutrients and vitamins.
+ Global Skin and Hair Restoration
+ Fine lines and Wrinkles
+ Dark circles, Pigmentation, Sagging skin
+ Acne scars, Acne and Rosacea
+ Stretch marks
+ Alopecia androgenica
Combining PRP With Micro-Needling
Micro-needling is a procedure that stimulates healthy tissue growth through the creation of controlled channel wounds. The instrument used in micro-needling is a pen-like device with tiny needles that can puncture the skin to a depth of up to two millimeters, creating tiny channels in the skin. PRP is often combined with micro-needling by applying on the skin before, during and after the procedure. The platelets, which contain growth factors, help to stimulate healthy tissue growth.
What to expect during and after the PRP procedure?
A small amount of blood will be drawn from you. While the PRP is being prepared, the treatment area will be cleansed.
How long is the Treatment?
This process takes approximately 45-60 minutes,
Is PRP treatment painful?
PRP is relatively painless, and requires no post procedure care or time off from daily events. Mild swelling, redness, or bruising can occur and fade within 1-3 days.
Does PRP have any side effects?
The person’s own blood is used for PRP. There are no risks regarding allergic reactions or infections.
When can you expect results from PRP and how long do they last?
The goal of PRP skin rejuvenation therapy is to improve skin tone and texture, tighten skin, soften lines and pores. Results begin to show 3-4 weeks after the treatment session and continue to improve with time. Three treatment sessions are generally recommended, spaced 1-2 months apart, to achieve the best outcome.